Most of our local attractions are currently closed following the county-wide orders issued in Osceola and Orange counties. Check back here to find out when they will reopen. In the meantime, visit their websites to book visits on a future date, or to purchase a gift card to use for a future visit. Maybe consider giving the gift of a future attraction visit for upcoming birthdays or holidays? Finally, some of these attractions have gotten creative and now offer virtual experiences via their websites or social media. As you practice social distancing, or entertain your homeschoolers, check out these fun, virtual visits to some of our favorite local spots.
Island Grove Wine Company at Formosa Gardens
Island Grove Wine Company is closed until at least May 1, but you can follow their QuaranWine Chronicles, which includes fun wine-themed ideas while social distancing, on their Facebook page.
Museum of Military History
The Museum of Military History is closed. You can take a virtual tour of the museum with videos and exhibit images on their website or app. Check out the tour or download the app here.
Old Town’s retail locations are currently closed, but their restaurants are open for takeout or delivery, and many of them have special offers available. See a list of open restaurants and offers here.
Osceola County Welcome Center and Museum
The Welcome Center and Museum is closed until further notice, but their website includes fun and educational information on the history of Kissimmee, Osceola County, St. Cloud, and Narcoosee. You can also shop at their online store.
Pioneer Village at Shingle Creek
The Pioneer Village is closed until further notice. However, Osceola History is sharing fun coloring pages of some of their historic buildings over on their Facebook page.
Walt Disney Parks & Resorts
Walt Disney World’s four theme parks and two water parks are closed until at least April 9. Disney Springs and its shopping, dining, and attraction locations are also closed until April 9.
Wild Florida’s animal park and airboat rides are closed, but their safari can still be experienced by guests within the safety of their own cars.